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a possible break in this case came when miami dade police executed multiple search warrants and took multiple people into custody for questioning. brandon gaskins a friend of king carter's family did not want to look at our camera but says one suspect called himself in and called the child's father first. >> he called and told him, he apologized from the bottom of his heart. he was turning himself in. but that was the best thing for him to do in life to turn himself in. >> reporter: according to the family friends, the suspects were shooting at each other when king carter was hit by a stray bullet. carter's mother monica smith told me on monday that the senseless shooting shattered her life. >> they really took my baby from me. it's not fair. my baby deserves to graduate from high school and go to college. we had plans for my baby. everyone though he was only six he had a big penalty. wherever he went, everybody
stop it's going to be another person's child tomorrow. >> reporter: the newspaper partner miami herald is reporting that another person was charged for aggravated assault and arm carjacking. we will learn more tomorrow as the state attorney holds a news conference here. we're live at miami-dade police headquarters. >> peter let's stay on the story. we continue with gabby fleishman with more on what the boy's family is saying about the new development, gabby. >> reporter: i just got off the phone with king carter's mother, she's telling me right now she's making funeral arrangements for her son. she was relieved to hear that
killing her son are off the street. >> we're blessed and very happy that the killer turned himself in. >> reporter: friends and family of king carter feeling a little sense of relief that the little boy's suspected killers turned themselves in to police. while detectives aren't confirming any arrests, family friend brandon gaskin says two young men turned themselves in to police last night. >> there's no winners in this situation. we have a 6-year-old dead, and two black males who's lives are ruined. >> reporter: one of the men called king carter's father to apologize. >> that shows he has a conscious, but there's no excuse for shooting a little boy who was just outside
>> reporter: and another boy shot while on his way to buy some candy. the parents of the boy speaking up and begging for anyone who knows anything to come forward. >> just come forward, come forward. >> reporter: community leaders hope to send a message to young kids to think before picking up a gun. >> this community is saying enough is enough. they've stepped up. this is what you get when you come together. >> reporter: gaskin says no matter what happens from here, king's family will never truly get justice. >> a smidget. that's it, because you will never bring king carter back. >> there's a candlelight vigil and balloon release planned here at the apartment complex where king was killed at 5:30 tomorrow night. we're being told that king's funeral is scheduled for saturday afternoon. we're live from northwest miami- dade. a live look outside from our camera in fort lauderdale, clouds are moving in as south florida braces for possible
let's get right out to cbs4 meteorologist lizette gonzalez. >> as we look live from our cameras and see there's still plenty of sunshine it's deceiving. we could still see strong to severe storms and it's been quite active from northern and central florida now. the west coast is getting slammed. as we zoom on in here in south florida just a few clouds in the mix and quiet for now but that will be changing. look at how the winds have increased out of the south and we're warming up in a hurry. 84 in fort lauderdale. right now upper 70s to low 80s in the keys. we will start to see those storms roll in and into the evening some gusty storms with the possible for severe weather and storms overnight. so for today and into the afternoon and late evening. we could see lightning, downpours, chance of tornado and waterspouts possible as the future radar models indicating the evening commute is looking quite active and could be dangerous in spots with some
chance of tornadoes. i have more on this ahead. a chihuahua is being credited with saving its owner's life. a man was sleeping while on his home in northwest 83rd terrace erupted in flames overnight. he was woken up by his dog. the man managed to crawl out of a window but the dog remained trapped inside. firefighters eventually saved the chihuahua. >> he started barking erratically. i woke up and when i woke up i saw the smoke and saw the windows break. >> it could have been tragic for the homeowner. no smoke detectors. a father accused of abandoning his 16-year-old son on the streets of plantation and then later trying to leave
judge this morning hoping to get his bond reduced. >> reporter: that father is expected to walk out of jail this afternoon that after the judge reduced his bond by a huge amount. what happened is the attorneys went in there and tried to convince the judge that the father had no plans of fleeing the area. it took only a moment to drop a million dollars bond down to $5,000. bruce jergensen is out of jail. he's the man accused of leaving
one reason bond was initially set at $1 million is because prosecutors were afraid the father would flee. they said he had a one way ticket to new zealand. his attorneys say police just did not look big enough. it was a round trip ticket. >> we have a copy of the full range return ticket. a full year in school paid for in advance at american heritage. at least for a whole year an apartment, all his applications for college that he made for his kid. >> reporter: so again a huge bond reduction. that father expected to walk out of jail later this afternoon. live in fort lauderdale. >> thank you. a man arrested in connection with a hit-and-run crash that injured a teenage boy made his first appearance in court this morning.
he said he was behind the wheel of the mercedes benz that hit a 16-year-old. a judge ordered him not to drive. new details on a robbery. miami-dade said they were involved in a noncontact police shooting. a woman and her husband michael guzman were having dinner with family members outside a restaurant when the argument began. guzman pulled his wife by the arm to try to remove her from a table and push her in the car and began to drive away. the woman opened the passenger door according to police and jumped out the moving vehicle. officers in the area tried to stop guzman but he drove right up to them according to police forcing an officer to fire. guzman was later taken into custody and sent to the hospital for chest pains. he's now behind bars facing several charges including kidnapping. police are searching for the people who opened fire on a
the shooting happened on 114th. investigators say three gunmen ages 15 to 18 on bicycles approached a group and opened fire. that's when 16-year-old sheryl christmas was struck in the right arm. authorities say the teenager was taken to homestead hospital. if you have any information on call police. now to campaign 2016, trump last night. @ billionaire businessman rolled to a big win in the -- the billionaire businessman rolled to a big win in the nevada caucus. >> reporter: donald trump
>> we won the evangelicals. 46% with the hispanics. 46%. number one. >> reporter: marco rubio and ted cruz are down playing the results from last night's caucuses. each claims they're the only ones who can beat trump. and both agree there's still time to take him down. >> i think it's important to take a deep breath here. the republican nomination is decided by delegates. there's over 200 delicates you need to have. >> reporter: trump has won 87 delegates so far. with ted and cruz with 17 each. there's 595 delegates at stake. >> i cannot wait to get home to the great state of texas. >> reporter: texas has become a must win state for ted cruz. if the senator hopes to remain a viable alternative to trump. >> it is our duty as texas conservatives to support a leader that we can trust. >> reporter: wednesday he picked up the endorsement of texas governor greg abbott.
for continuing coverage of campaign 2016 stay with cbs4 news and cbs.com. today marks seven years where two brothers were shot down over florida straits. armando alejandro jr. were on a humanitarian mission when a cuban fighter plane shot them from the sky. the groups would drop leaflets over cuba from time to time. the victim's families will hold a vigil at the graham center on the fiu campus at 3:00 this afternoon. still ahead on cbs4 news. twister terror leaving a trail of destruction behind from mississippi to florida. johnson and johnson forced to pay a multimillion dollars
filming in we are keeping our eye on the storm at least three people are dead after tornadoes left a path of destruction along the gulf. one twister slammed into pensacola. cbs4's kenneth craig has more on the severe weather. >> reporter: five blocks are leveled. this couple road out the storm in a closet. >> i just push her in there. and went in behind her.
last i saw her from just >> it was just something you never want to imagine going through. never. >> reporter: despite all of the damage no major injuries are reported from pensacola. in louisiana, crews are still searching for those missing. >> there are family members calling in that has not made contact with loved ones and that they know were in this year. >> reporter: forecasters expect the nasty weather to move north. heavy rain and possible tornadoes are in the forecast for the carolinas.
right now time for weather with lizette gonzalez. you will never believe what i have going on at my house. i'm painting. >> today? >> yeah so i said wait until i see what lizette tells me. >> i was -- i would have said early today. this is the reason why lizette says no let's have the painters come over today. maybe of you may be planning to have dinner outside or take the kids to the park. you're going to have to have back up plans because we're going to have stormy weather. we're starting to see a mix of
the winds have really kicked into gear. pumping in the moisture picking it feel oh so muggy. low to mid-80s already. and check it out. it feels like the mid- to upper 80s because it is so humid. we've had a line of nasty weather already pushing across portions of the panhandle to big bend. now into central florida and to the west coast of the peninsula and yeah you guessed it headed our way. future ray tar model showing that especially around 5:00, 6:00 p.m., 7:00 p.m., we're going to see scattered storms. the models indicating we will remain unleveled. what a mess across the eastern half of the country. we're not only seeing atlantic seaboard but on the western side of this system we're seeing some blizzard conditions, snow, winter precipitation all the way up to
portions of the north and south carolina. tornado watches. that's the highest risk for severe weather but even parts of south florida and portions of the southern florida we're seeing a marginal risk. tomorrow will be much nicer. we'll clear things up, cool things down. chilly temperatures at night. we just have to get through today and highs climbing to the mid-80s. stormy periods. we could see damaging gusty winds. a slight chance of tornadoes as we've been seeing with this el nino wacky winter. so stay tuned. boaters, small craft advisories, sees six to eight. some storms before we finally cool things down and dry things up. you'll be watching up the umbrellas for the weather. friday morning 50 degrees.
colder with upper 40s higher inland and quieter inland. and now to a health alert. the centers for disease control and prevention is investigating now reports of sexual transmission of the zika virus. the cdc is checking out all 14 cases and several of them involve pregnant women. sexual relations may likely be the way zika spreads. but the most common transmission is through a mosquito bite. florida surgeon general armstrong will testify before congress on the zika virus readiness here. zika has been confirmed in 23 u.s. states and the district of columbia. a missouri lawyer has ordered johnson and johnson to pay $29 million after a woman died of ovarian cancer. her death are blamed on the shower by shower talcum. johnson and johnson released a statement saying it stands by
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>> chelsea: oh, come on. you're not scared of a little thunder, are you? >> summer: no, i'm -- i'm just scared about luca, that what i warned him about came true. [ door opens ] >> adam: [ sighs ] it is not fun out there. and that little bit of snow that we got's already turned into ice. >> chelsea: i'm glad you made it home in one piece. >> adam: me, too. and what are you doing here? you taking refuge? >> summer: no, not exactly. >> adam: well, you can tell me about it over a drink. how's that sound? >> summer: uh, why -- why are your hands shaking? >> adam: huh? >> chelsea: summer said that your father ordered you to kill someone. i -- i told her that's insane. tell me that isn't true. >> natalie: really, universe? tonight? [ knocks on door ] who is it?